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  Current    Liberally Stephanie Miller    News/Business.   
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    January 18, 2013
    6:00 - 9:00am PST  

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>> this is "the bill press show."
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[♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: all right. here it is travel day to dc. and jacki schechner and chris lavoie can confirm that i can not live as an independent orgasm, separate from you -- >> orgasm? >> orgasm? if you can't do the independent orgasm --
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>> stephanie: organism. >> here is the i will coordinate your attire but you have to physically pack my bags. because i could be the world's worst packer. >> stephanie: me too, i show ip and i have a flipper and an earring. melissa fitzgerald is meeting me in d.c. tonight with gowns. and you are figuring out to do the technology -- >> sure. >> she is only one of the throupla that is ahead of the game. >> stephanie: that's right. here is jacki schechner with the news. >> that i can do. as we head to d.c. for inauguration, the president is heading into his second term. the times notes his approval numbers are similar to where
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george w. bush was going into his second term, but lower than the previous two-term presidents before him. president clinton launched his second term at 60%. the economy is still a tough spot for the president and taxes. after releasing a ridiculous ad going after the president's children, the nra is attacking again, this time via a fund-raising email, claiming the president is raising $20 million to jam his anti-gun agenda through congress and accuses the administration of trying to quote reduce your freedom to ashes. i warns of mandatory gun confiscation, and a forced buyback program. it sounds a lot like death panels, and the president is not acting alone. president obama is working
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alongside his rich gun hating friends in hollywood, and michael bloomberg. they fail to mention he is also the mayor of new york city. we're back after the break. arguments to feel confident in their positions. i want them to have the data and i want them to have the passion. but it's also about telling them, you're put on this planet for something more. i want this show to have an impact beyond just informing. an impact that gets people to take action themselves. as a human being, that's really important. this is not just a spectator sport.
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[♪ theme music ♪] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ i'm walking on sunshine, we ho ♪ ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good hey all right now ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show." all right. travel day, everybody. >> god. >> stephanie: look alive. here we go. okay. packing for the east coast in the middle of winter with several black tie events. as you know i'm just the best
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packer ever as i was just saying to jacki. i frequently get places and say oh, a flipper and an earring. >> and you asked if you could put a dvd into your ipad. >> stephanie: yeah i said i got a screener, because clearly people think i'm dating jodie foster, and i have "argo" -- and i don't even know if i can play it in my map book. >> if it's regular, yes, you can. >> stephanie: oh wait a minute who is voice? ♪ it's friday ♪ >> go to d.c. with whatever you got in your bag. children, good morning it's freezing it's snowing here there's snuggies on the chalk body outline in new york city it's so cold. >> walk-a walk-a walk-a.
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>> stephanie: good morning, john fugelsang. >> john fugelsang. i was hoping to join you tonight, but now i'm doing the "viewpoint" thing, so i'll be traveling down tomorrow. >> stephanie: yes. >> and you are not letting anybody know who is coming. >> stephanie: one is a major movie and television show. >> major. >> lee majors -- >> stephanie: right it is the $6 million man. chris lavoie jim and jacki opening the show. john luminaries in the audience can i just say. >> say, please. >> stephanie: everybody is going to be there. i was on tom hartman yesterday, he is coming -- everybody is
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coming. >> love them. >> stephanie: like jessica, steph my husband and i bought vip tickets the moment it was announced that sexy liberal would be in dc. we bought two less esteemed tickets for our daughter. screw her. my husband had to be a closeted liberal in 2007 in his professional environment. we're both eagerly awaiting our evening with the most awesome liberals everybody. you are our happy pill every day. i'm a happy pill. >> awe. >> stephanie: with admiration for all of you. [ applause ] >> stephanie: and with her colonel husband, and with the entire cast of sexy liberal characters rocky mountain mike sue in rockville, danielle --
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>> possy up. >> stephanie: right. john fugelsang we're going to take our victory lap, right? >> yes, we are. i think so. it's a great time to retire all of those mitt romney jokes i can never tell again. washed away the same weekend as the hurricane, two years of work destroyed by you liberals. we could have an comedy orgasm with mitt romney. instead we're stuck with this competent democrat. >> stephanie: john fugelsang are you a good packer? because this is a combination sexy liberal -- i don't even know -- >> i know. >> stephanie: we are doing the radio show from there monday and tuesday. >> from where? >> stephanie: bill press's studio.
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>> oh, that's a great room. i'll have to come back right away on sunday because i'll be heading to current's live coverage of the inauguration all day long on monday. so while you are there, i'll be up in new york city trying to get a hot dog -- >> stephanie: holding down the current fork. >> yes. >> stephanie: john mail bag -- ♪ your own personal jesus. >> stephanie: take out your organ please. [ organ music ] >> stephanie: by the way, sister simone campbell on in just a few minutes. >> she is wonderful. >> stephanie: hi, steph really wish i could come to the show in dc. went to philly last year it was so awesome i peed. >> that's the show i had been
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talking about a lot when someone pulled the fire alarm ten minutes before curtain. >> stephanie: right. i know john fugelsang isn't the be all end all when it comes to religion. >> indeed i am not. >> stephanie: but i take his word over everyone else. part of my thinks jesus wouldn't be against being able to defend themselves, but part of me says he would say guns are bad. john is living proof that sanity can go hand in hand. the world needs more people like him and all after you sexy liberals. i agree melissa.
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>> john fugelsang is the greatest thing ever in the history of the world. >> nope, nope nope nope. >> here is the thing, yeah jesus of course would support sane gun control. jesus about doing more with your life than putting in 30 rounds so you would not have to reload during gun massacre. our gun-loving friends would try to use this one passage from luke to say that jesus actually supported guns and it's hilarious because there were no guns in jesus's time. and jesus said when i sent you out did you lack anything? nothing they said. and they are saying that that is proof that jesus said go out and buy a gun because he said sell
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your cloak and buy a sword. >> stephanie: go ahead and sell your coat on the east coast in the winter. >> yeah, the story behind the story, you realize he is totally talk in metaphor. he said go get yourself a sword so you will be a criminal like me, and then they will come and get us all, and that be fulfill the prophesy. and they say we have two swords. and he said that's enough. and he says put it down he who lives by the sword will die by the sword, and jesus surrendered non-violently. >> stephanie: yeah, that's true. >> again, the day will come when they will perfect penis enlargement surgery, my child, and these men will never need
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assault weapons again. it's fitting we're talking about this the day after rick perry said the solution -- rick perry says we don't need laws. we need to go to church and pray. so the party that prays the gay away now prays the ak away. >> stephanie: that's right. they say guns are absolutely essential in god's world. >> that's right. we have a well regulated militia, the national guard. the real bad guy here is james madison for weird writing. >> stephanie: that's enough of the organ. he said, this california lawmaker said guns are used an
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average of 3 million times a year. that's like 6,900 times a day. other people say it is only 200 times aday. whatever the number is they are used to defend human life. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: what? >> it's all to save lives. >> stephanie: defend our properties, our freedoms our faith -- >> our faith? no one is coming foryour guns. >> if you need a gun to perfect your faith, you don't have much faith. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: protect your manager scene. >> i think she might be a muuuslim. >> stephanie: he has also proposed a school marshall plan that will allow teachers in california to carry weapons. >> the union thugs?
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>> stephanie: yes. >> oh, great. >> stephanie: yes, it so just a sort time ago that they were thugs. >> i need to go talk to my fake online girlfriend about this. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: oh john louise don't drag defensely football players into this now. yeah what a weird story, right? >> it's a disgrace and now you know what is going to happen, is barack obama and eric holder are going to try to take away all of our fake online girlfriends. they will have background checks on all of our fake online girlfriends. >> i think there's a thread of sadness running through that story. >> stephanie: yeah, it is. >> it really is. >> so i'm loathe to make fun of him for it, because i think he
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was either duped or hiding something -- there is just a level of sadness going through this. >> stephanie: well, my life too, so i totally related. seventeen minutes after the hour, back with more fridays with fugelsang on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: the left roars back -- [ fighting cats ] >> announcer: -- it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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this monday morning current tv presents special coverage of the presidential inauguration. the circumstance & the inside analysis. the presidential inauguration this monday morning at 10 eastern only on current tv. ♪
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>> stephanie: twenty-two minutes after the hour. our computer sucks ass -- >> well, it's not our computer. >> stephanie: no. twenty-two minutes after the hour. fridays with john fugelsang. john fugelsang here with this hour. i realized i -- actually not even just a tech class, maybe a university. hal sparks traveling with him, he's like a little -- >> it's humiliating is what it is. i'm legal i will amish when i'm in the room with hal sparks. >> stephanie: exactly. he is a tech nerd. >> he speaks in binary. >> stephanie: right. i wasn't aware that my dvds
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don't go in my ipod. >> well, you don't even have a slot -- >> stephanie: excuse me? >> you just hasn't used it in a while. >> the bidens just canceled for saturday. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: anyway, yeah and i don't know -- oh, i asked you -- because you put in an app so my -- >> yeah you can print from your ipad. but you said not to my mini printer. >> well, no because your mini printer is not wireless. >> stephanie: john, hold me. >> that was mean it's wireful if it's not wireless. >> stephanie: i don't know. kevin in d.c. hello, baby. >> caller: good morning. tomorrow can't come soon enough. >> stephanie:um,um,um. all right. i'm going to leave that joke alone. me either. go ahead, kevin.
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>> caller: i'm actually nervous seeing you when you step a few steps out of your fantasy world into reality it's disconcerting. >> stephanie: not since you carried me across the ballroom. >> caller: yes, indeed. not the nra but anyone who watches the ad with the president's daughters and doesn't understand there's a difference between the protection that they need and the average child needs -- you know, i calling people stupid is not politically correct, but give me the politically correct term for that. >> stephanie: it's beyond stupid. they know what they are doing. it's a ridiculous argument and it's dragging the president's children into something which john has always been off limits. >> it was a pretty disgusting
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ad. this is a president with more death threats against him in history. the fact is that these people think that their hobby is more important than your life. >> stephanie: by the way i take offense to that, i worked at mani, mo and jack. dale is arkansas is the guy that needs an ak-47 because he frequently gets rushed by feral pigs. >> caller: good morning, girl. we got a lot of flax, didn't we? >> stephanie: that's right. >> caller: i love that. i'm calling, you know, just to tell you that you guys are a motley crew. that means you are good. >> stephanie: thank you. thank you. >> caller: and i'm a vietnam vet, you know, two tours and i'm a retired -- disabled retired military -- >> thank you. >> caller: and anyway i was
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talking -- i was looking in sunday's paper, and there were two boys in there that had been shooting pigs. one was a big old sow and there was about six that were small unones. and i thought i wonder what they were using. and i started calling, and the father said yeah he was using my ar-15. i said what. he said yeah if he hadn't had it he said he put 6 slugs into her before she stopped. >> stephanie: dale you have were saying you need that kind of gun because feral pig there can be 40 of them. >> when you have a sow, you shoot and kill the other piglets
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will run in circles -- >> stephanie: this is turning into a sad disney movie. >> caller: a feral pig has more guts. they are a hard animal. i'm going to tell ya. [ laughter ] >> caller: but anyway that was the reason i was calling, and yeah, i'm a member of the nra, and also a member of the north american hunting club -- >> stephanie: i don't know why i hear an air are mcglocklen song in the background of my head. >> caller: yeah. and i have the police radio on. >> stephanie: oh, okay. >> caller: but i know how to use a weapon for use, and i don't overuse any of them -- >> stephanie: how often does that happen that you get rushed by 40 feral pigs?
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>> caller: actually i have had it happen twice in my life. but i'm 72 now, and i can't climb the tree like i used to if there is a big bore. >> how do you feel about your neighbors kid having an ar-15. >> caller: deadly. but the father said he went through the whole course and he said he trusted him completely with a semi automatic weapon. >> just like adam lanza's mom. >> huh? >> stephanie: all right. dale, we're out of time. but thank you, and thank you for your service. >> caller: all right. >> he is awesome. >> stephanie: i just see a little feral pig running around -- >> i love him. >> stephanie: sister simone campbell of nuns on the bus,
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next on the "stephanie miller show." bs'ing them with some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us.
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♪ >> i was flying at 7:00 am from tampa to louisville and we had a two-hour weather delay, so naturally -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. . >> -- got drunk. >> stephanie: friday, party plane. >> soul plane. >> stephanie: i was texting with my thruple yesterday. melissa fitzgerald had already been yelled at twice by the flight attendant. [ laughter ]
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>> [ inaudible ]. >> stephanie: that's when you urinate in the aisle. >> and become russian. >> in france i can run on that and win. >> he's not french he is russian. >> stephanie: we're trying to locate sister simone campbell she's -- maybe she is on a bus, is what i'm thinking. >> that could be. >> you are either on the bus or off of the bus. >> stephanie: right. sexy liberal john fugelsang in the new york bureau for fridays with fugelsang. on his way to d.c. tomorrow for the big show. >> very excited about this one. >> stephanie: that's right. oh, we found her! dr. simone campbell -- >> sister. >> stephanie: sister -- i'm so excited i have given her more titles. good morning, sister. >> good morning. >> stephanie: i was saying i was
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having a catholic school flashback. >> well, i'm a lawyer not a teacher, but i did go to catholic school so i understand. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: i'm obviously such a huge fan of your work in talking about paul ryan's budget, and thank you for speaking out about gun violence. talk to us about what you are doing now. >> what we have realized is that gun violence is a serious problem in our country. and what we have done is see the links of safety for our society, especially in low-income communities, when we heard that over 900 people have died by gun violence in the month since sandy hook, we realize this is a
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huge problem for our society, and is undermining our constitution. so we said we have to step up. we have got a lot on our plate, but this is one issue we need to speak up about so we're doing it. >> stephanie: absolutely. and sister it is interesting -- i don't know which statistic sounds worse, but i think one of the parents at sandy hook were saying that 85% of the children that were killed in the world are killed here. >> oh, my glory, i hadn't heard that one. oh, my glory. >> stephanie: yes. >> i did get to be at the president's unveiling of this program, and when he spoke of the one child grace whose picture he keeps in his private study, i thought oh my heavens that's it. when we have a specific person who is lost to all of us whose gifts are lost to all of us
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because of the senseless violence. >> stephanie: that's right. when you see the pictures -- the parents of -- rachel madoux did an interview of one of the parents and they said their duty as parents will never end and they feel it is their responsibility to talk about this. >> absolutely. my sister died of hodgkin's disease when she was 20, and here i am all these years later, and there is still a hole in my life that was left but we knew it was coming and so have somebody so suddenly and senselessly taking from our family families, i can't even imagine how hard that would be.
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>> stephanie: and if it doesn't change this time i don't know what to say about our country. >> i know. it's time we stand up and say the constitution is bigger than one amendment. the constitution is about us coming together for the common good, and the common good does not include senseless violence like this. >> stephanie: sister john fugelsang is here, who we call our' collieses and call mook. >> good morning, sister. i am a huge fan. i think you have really done a beautiful job of reminding our conservative brothers and sisters, that if you want a government based on christian values, that doesn't just mean
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i'm in god's special club so i want what i want when i want it. christian values are matthew 25 are you taking care of the sick, the pour, and those in prison and are you not starting the violence. and for me i'm all for government based on christian violence if you go what people talk about and not what people think. jesus never mentioned how the poor are wealthy, and we need tax cuts for the wealthiest nazarenes. >> yeah. >> stephanie: sister you are used to a lot of people in the. party claiming guns are their own. he said guns are absolutely part of god's plan. what do you think about that? [ laughter ] >> well i don't see it in the bible, but this is one of the
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real challenges we're facing is this gun ownership comes out -- aside from the legitimate sports use of guns, and that sort of thing -- and i grew up in los angeles so i'm not a hunter person. it just doesn't happen for us there, but the -- but what i did realize is that so much of this hoarding of guns come out of a fear-based perspective. >> uh-huh. >> and so much of the conservative rhetoric comes out of fear and pull up the drawbridges, take of myself, be isolated, and so me that's the an -- antishist. >> what is your feeling about
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this republican party? >> you know how when something gets really out of balance, it's because there is not enough of a countervailing push that we can find a way through, and it's like no one has told them no stop it, this is wrong. >> stephanie: right. >> and they need to hear it from their own party, because if i say it well we don't do partisan work, we're more identified with progressive political values. but republicans need to reclaim their party. >> stephanie: we have reverend jim wallace on all the time. >> absolutely. >> stephanie: and you just said -- he is considered by fox news, oh this crazy liberal --
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>> stephanie: and how is that considered progressive? i don't get it. >> you start with the gospel not with politics. if you start with politics you trim and shape everything to fit into your world view but when you start with the gospel, then you run into all kinds of challenges that open up the world as opposed to closing it down. >> stephanie: yeah. >> and we're not too good at doing that. >> stephanie: they always say republicans try to make it about guns god and gays. >> right. >> stephanie: and paul ryan budget so resinated. you know, a budget is a moral document, and look at in the midst of this debate sister. we have people consist antly
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talking about wanting to strip money from mental health and they say it's all about mental health. >> i know. and the horrifying thing is us not being able to get any data about mental health. the nra and the gun manufacturers have slipped into a bunch of different bills all of the prohibitions against just basically gathering data. because they know data is power to undercut their sales or their control, and i think we as a nation, who value education, who value understanding situations who say we want to change this dynamic, the very first thing we want to start with is gathering data. >> stephanie: right. it doesn't take a rocket scientist so know that they don't want us to study that because it will prove our point.
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>> that's right. the first years in this man's senate was when they were lobbying against car safety. and when the data was gathered the nation said oh my glory, we can make safer cars than this. >> stephanie: yeah we used to scream about you can't make me wear a seat belt and it's yeah well, we can because you are killing people. it is the same sort of thing isn't it? >> exactly. >> stephanie: sister it's such an honor and a pleasure. >> i'm glad it worked out. >> stephanie: thank you so much, and continue your great work. >> we'll keep at it. [ applause ] >> stephanie: i love her. oh my glory, that's my new catch phrase.
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you are going to have to fight me for it john fugelsang. all right. we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: finally talk radio you can dance to. it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ armed with the facts, and the arguments to feel confident in their positions. i want them to have the data and i want them to have the passion. but it's also about telling them, you're put on this planet for something more. i want this show to have an impact beyond just informing. an impact that gets people to take action themselves. as a human being, that's really important. this is not just a spectator sport.
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circumstance & the inside analysis. the presidential inauguration this monday morning at 10 eastern only on current tv. ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ [ inaudible ] ♪ ♪ dancing together ♪ >> that's a song you don't hear much anymore. >> stephanie: no, but we just talked to sister simone campbell. >> dancing in heaven. >> stephanie: and we this
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fridays with fugelsang. >> oh, my heaven. >> stephanie: steph packing for d.c., i get to see my boyfriend, your show, and d.c. in winter. how is that. my warm east coast shoes are huge and take up too much room. can't wait to see the show. will jim be there? yes, everyone will be there! [ applause ] >> stephanie: you have to make those difficult packing decisions, don't you? >> yeah. >> stephanie: shoes in winter. >> i don't like packing a suitcase for wintertime. >> stephanie: neither do i. >> i don't have use for seasons. >> stephanie: the casual cold weather stuff -- >> and it's all bulky. >> right. >> you guys have weak immune systems. i don't have use for weather. damn you. >> i don't have use for seasons
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is what i said. >> stephanie: why must the seasons change. >> i like it 75 degrees all year-round, thank you. >> stephanie: 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. rocky mountain mike will also be in a hissy at the d.c. sexy liberal tomorrow! >> uh-huh. >> stephanie: oh, my god. very few tickets remain for the little -- you know -- ♪ ♪ i want to live a liberal chick ♪ ♪ i been a-pining for a farting show ♪ ♪ she's been drinking box wine for such a long time, she's been working on a fart-joke show and she's not that old ♪ >> stephanie: oh, that was nice. ♪ steph's been working on a
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fart-joke show, and she's not that old ♪ [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: wow! he is good with his mouth. >> yeah. >> the only tour can fart jokes and [ inaudible ] jokes. [ laughter ] >> wow! >> stephanie: we were talking about the inaugural poet, young, gay, hispanic and i said it would make ee cummings start writing in all caps. [ laughter ] >> you win. >> the all caps key. >> stephanie: keith in texas you are on with john fugelsang. hey, keith. >> caller: hey, great to be on with you guys especially with you, john, because we are thrilled to death that you got "viewpoint," and my wife and i can't get enough of you. the other night you showed a
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picture of reagan and brady being shot that proves a bad guy with a good guy with a gun, there were six good guys with a gun -- >> stephanie: thank you. and what do you do with a bad guy/good guy gun lobby. >> caller: that's right. [ overlapping speakers ] >> the good guys with runs aren't prepared all the time for a sneak attack. >> right. can you imagine what that guy could have done with some of the modern weapons? >> stephanie: yeah we're just making the mentally ill people that should haven't guns more efficient at killing. it's just making it easier right, john? >> yeah, i'm with general mccrystal. these guys don't want the maniac community to have to stop to reload during a massacre. there's nowhere in the second
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amendment that says the founding fathers want people to have access to guns that kill lots of americans really fast. >> stephanie: that's right. vice president biden. >> that tragedy in all of my years in public life i think has affected the public psyche in a way i have never seen before parents in the streets panicking, trying to find out if the child they put on the bus in the morning had any prospect of getting on the bus and going home that afternoon. >> stephanie: somebody was describing that yesterday, john. and i know you are a new parent. and i can't even imagine being gathered where some of the kids were coming in. and i think one of the teachers said we realized we didn't have enough kids. can you imagine those parents being where is my kid? and it's hard to even wrap your brain around. >> and the majority of nra
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members support background checks at gun shows. and these guys don't. >> stephanie: yeah, that's the thing that just kills me -- they allow them to go on main stream media -- what is the other guy, the president, we have always been generally supportive of background checks. [ gasping ] [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: you have fought them at every turn at every state. >> yeah, and their rationale is i should be able to sell guns to my friends in a free country. and we had a guest on last week and he said i know my friends i should be able to do that. and i'm like you can't sell a car to a friend without the state having to know about it. >> stephanie: right. here is david king. he says they have generally been very supportive of background checks. >> by generally, he means never.
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>> stephanie: yeah, and he said -- king dismissed the president's proposals as feel-good proposals that don't work. and far from being open to background checks they would alarm wherever states try to restore this loophole. many states allow violent felons to petition for firearms. over 90% of the country agree on this gun violence prevention measure. >> yeah, again, we are not the nra management. we are the majority. >> stephanie: yes, thank you. let's go to carol in pennsylvania. you are on with john. >> hi how are you? >> stephanie: good go ahead. >> caller: i like to reference the stockman -- [overlapping
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speakers] >> caller: i will not know, and i think some of these people like ted nugent making all of these threats. why aren't they arrested? >> stephanie: he sure treads the line in terms of what sounds like a threat. i believe the secret service did go talk to him -- >> yeah, ted got a visit. stockman is the one that wants to impeach the president and what was he involved in? >> caller: in '94 he was involved with the nra and the mcveigh bombing and he called the nra as soon as the bombing took place and a lot of people were very suspicious and obviously from what i hear there was a big debacle in texas and they actually voted him out, and now he's back because now he fits in to the mindset of the congress. >> stephanie: yeah. fifty-eight minutes after the
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hour. john fugelsang we'll see you in [♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: hello, current tv world. all right. jacki schechner here is an update as -- as i mentioned to you in our past emergency, our other truplet, melissa fitzgerald, will be meeting us with gowns but there will be drinking, so i'm not sure it will end any better for me. you will be like did you guys put this together when you were drunk. >> right. i will be there. >> but you are getting in much
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later. >> not much later. >> stephanie: but you'll be drunk too. >> i promise i'll try to tweet out some photos from our adventures in air travel with chris and jim and myself. >> stephanie: oh that's right. i won't be on your flight for reasons we don't want to talk about now. >> because you get to fly on special person's airline. >> stephanie: yeah. here she is jacki schechner. >> good morning, everybody. happy friday. just in time for inauguration the white house is releasing president obama's new official portrait. this photo will now be replaced wait for it -- with this taken last month. both photos are by the white house photographer. i like that one better. he is smiling. the "new york times" reports this morning if inauguration in
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d.c. feels kind of new york-y that's not by accident. senator chuck schumer from new york is overseeing the planning of the swearing-in ceremony. he is taking the opportunity to throw a little business back home. the bottled water served will be from saratoga springs, and everything from the snack to desert will have new york-grown greed ingredients. the main course was going to be long island duck, but he said the preparation wasn't that great, so now they are going to serve south dakota bison in said. there is news from the new york times that the gop is now considering offering the president a one-month extension to talk about spending cuts at the same time.
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but the president continues to reiterate the debt celling is not negotiable that we have got to pay any bills. we're back after the break. stay with us. ♪ honest. they know that i'm not bs'ing them with some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us.
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about jim, remember somehow you would knock the stack over -- >> and we were like good luck with that. >> they weren't labeled at all. >> no. >> stephanie: we're so discombobulated about traveling today. we're not being outside of a padded room with each other, where winter clothes are involved and fancy clothes are involved -- >> stephanie: winter clothes and fancy clothes, i own none of. >> this is what radio conventions are all about. >> awkward geeks. >> stephanie: they are not used to being out of padded rooms all by themselves. and we're all like, hi how are you doing. this d.c. trip has us all -- sexy liberal palooza,
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ladies and gentlemen. >> in november america decided one term just wasn't enough. this time around stephanie miller and her team of two-term comics are coming to make this a party d.c. will never forget. on january 19th, just two days before obama's second inauguration, the sexy liberal comedy tour, will perform live at the warner theater in washington, d.c. tickets are available at ticketmaster.com, and if you want to skip the fees stop by the warner box office at 513, 13th street north. the tea baggers lost in november, so stephanie miller is going to do her thing before the inaugural ball. for more information go to sexyliberal.com. ♪ >> stephanie: whoo yay!
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the sexy liberal rolland sexy liberal tour director is too busy to talk to me now, so i don't know how many tickets are left. >> also my friend jeff. >> stephanie: my boy toy. >> he says to hear you guys complain about cold weather is so funny. and then he says ermahgerd, snurl! >> whacky morning d.c.s wear the same shirts. >> stephanie: yeah. we're going to the white house tomorrow. we have a private west wing and situation wing tour -- what do you wear -- >> i'm wearing a button-down
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shirt and some really dark like jeans -- >> stephanie: do you think we'll get to see bo? >> probably not. we're not going to the living quarter. >> stephanie: you never know. >> that's what i am looking the most forward too. >> stephanie: i need to plan ahead, because if i do meet bo i need to bring something to roll on the white house lawn. we have sexy liberal -- and i did give a big hint didn't i. >> you did. >> stephanie: they are both huge in their own right celebrity guests on panel. one a major movie and television star. >> stephanie: and he has been on broadway. >> stephanie: don't even give genders. i hey you so much. [ buzzer ]
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>> he or she has been on broadway. >> broadway does don't be for dooze and bope. >> stephanie: jacki and melissa and ron, we're going to the green ball sunday night. that's the thing i'll be choosing an outfit for drunk tonight with the gals. among -- oh, i mentioned as someone mingling -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: will-i-am will be playing. senator michael bennett, colorado al frank in minnesota, congressman paul tonko jared police of colorado. peter welch, all of our congressional friends.
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and among those mingling will be red skin players, melissa fitzgerald genea gersean, and stephanie miller. [ applause ] >> stephanie: look, i got mentioned in the thing. mel will be there jim. >> ummm. >> stephanie: lisa writes steph the extreme right is now saying -- by the say, the sexy liberal cause the brady center. >> that's right. >> stephanie: steph these are the same people that want to give doctors the right to perform transvaginal ultrasounds that i don't want.
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but yet that is not a violation of my rights. [ applause ] >> stephanie: thank you. you are the smartest girl in class. the other thing i'll be doing on the plane drunk is writing out the skits for tomorrow. this is jay carney. >> the president in general when he works on a speech writes in long hand on the yellow pad, and i have seen some yellow pad with writing of late, but i don't know the speech. >> stephanie: all right. let's dive into the right-wing world. andrew dee pall 'tano. >> the president of the united states, the vice president of the united states, their entire administration the people that brought us obamacare do not believe in parts of the
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constitution, the 10th amendment, and the 2nd amendment, and they will do everything they can to wear away at those parts of the constitution with which they disagree. >> who is this idiot? >> stephanie: andrew depalatono. jim is only half here. he is rethinking his packing. all right. [ inaudible ]. >> the president i think instinctively moves towards disempowering people and i think he is hijacking these tragedy i dos say we're going to invest more power in the state and take guns away from law-abiding citizens that feel
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autonomy. >> stephanie: this guy and the fox -- what are they like a handwriting -- >> yeah, handwriting expert. >> stephanie: it's pop psychology of the worst. >> it's pop psychology with a political opinion. >> i would tell by his aura he wants to take our guns away. >> stephanie: he doesn't even know the president, and he is always speculating on his various mommy daddy issues whatever they are. rush limbaugh. >> they will never tell us what their real objective is. they always mask it or camouflage it or hide behind it with children in the case of yesterday, and in many other times. but you cannot have an honest debate. they will not tell you they want to eliminate the second amendment. they will not tell you if they could they would find a way to confiscate guns. >> stephanie: right. >> the fact that none of that is
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happening is proof that it is just about to happen. >> stephanie: and trying to protect children from being killed is using them -- >> yeah, as a prop. >> stephanie: shield. much like saadam hussein, someone said in right-wing world. >> rush limbaugh. >> stephanie: oh, there you go. [ inaudible ] fox and friends. >> what they do is use children cynically to try to promote their actions. and i consider it a form of child abuse and political malpractice, very toxic. >> stephanie: oh i see. so yesterday he was saadam hussein, today he is jer sandusky. >> stephanie: yes. it's child abuse. >> stephanie: are we going to get to hitler today? >> i don't think we have hitler
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in the right-wing world. >> stephanie: jim you are going to have to wind it up then. sean hannity. >> fibls are now standing up to fight back against the unprecedented gun grab that he announced yesterday. looks like king obama should prepare for a fight. >> stephanie: okay. oh king. yes, that's rand paul has gone there. so nothing he said has anything to do with gun grabs -- >> yep. >> stephanie: now sean is getting his talking points from the nra. nra warns confiscation could be next. >> sure. >> stephanie: and liz cheney on hannity. >> i would like to see a president who is as dedicated to disarming al-qaeda as he is dedicated to disarming the
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american people. instead of doing everything he can to keep us safe, he has made america at best irrelevant and then you see a power vacuum where our enemies step do it. >> stephanie: we don't need to disarm osama bin laden anymore, because he presumably has no more fingers to pull a trigger, because they are now being gnawed on by the bottom dwellers. >> i imagine giving liz cheney a hug would be like hugging a cactus. it would be like ow. ow. >> stephanie: all right. eighteen minutes after the hour. that concludes right-wing world. we'll continue on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: there is something
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this monday morning current tv presents special coverage of the presidential inauguration. the circumstance & the inside analysis. the presidential inauguration this monday morning at 10 eastern only on current tv.
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♪ ♪ if you like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain if you're not into -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ -- if you have half a brain ♪ >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show." twenty-three minutes after the hour. oh, here is to good friends. >> what? >> stephanie: friends that remember you left the bar and tried to put a margarita in your pants pocket. >> yeah, and my cell phone was in that same pants pocket. it was cargo shorts when they were in style -- >> stephanie: sure. because it was the style at the
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time. >> and we thought it was a good idea to put the margaritas in our pockets and go into the store. we had too many margaritas. >> stephanie: i have a feeling there will be drinking this weekend, jim. [ applause ] >> my friend's bar is within walking distance of our hotel. >> stephanie: you just told me that, and i'm like. all right, my boy toy. jacob in virginia. >> caller: hi, stephanie. i love your show. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i kind of believe that the president believes that assault weapons kind of are threats from the united states. and if he can ban nuclear weapons in other countries, why can't he ban assault weapons in
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the united states. he has -- i believe the president has that power. if he feels it is a threat. let him ban the assault weapons. i think a lot of people feel that they are a threat to the american way. >> stephanie: but not being a lawyer i don't know, but i don't think it is in the president's power to ban assault guns. >> that's right. that has to be done legislatively. >> stephanie: exactly. joe biden yesterday. >> we speak for those we lost. if we speak for our children and our families, if we have the courage to do what is the right thing to do then -- then we'll have the most powerful voice, and we, you, the citizens will change the nation. >> stephanie: [ inaudible ] hi. go ahead. >> caller: 5% of the gun violence in this country are committed by people who have mental health issues, but it
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seems like we're taking 95% of the blame. my greatest fear is separating privacy right from mental health, forcing doctors to report. you are then taken in front of a doctor hired by the state, diagnosed as being mentally ill, and then put in an institution. you may not have ever committed a crime, and the doctor just might feel like you could be violent. >> stephanie: right. the argument i have heard is people aren't going to get help because they are afraid of certain things. i get what you are saying too, as we say over and over the vast majority of mentally ill people won't do this but this
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could have been flagged. it could have prevented some of these. >> caller: i agree steps need to be taken, but it's not the majority of the mentally ill that are killing people in this country. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: it's not where most people are dying, and honestly it is going to sound a little messed up but it's wealthy suburban white children that die, now it's the 5% of the mentally ill that will be punished for that, when 95% of that crime happens in inner cities, and those crimes aren't being addressed. the only thing we're looking at is putting people away and we're going to create another industry. we're going back to insane asylums where you have no right to say i don't want to take a
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certain medication or electroconvulsive therapy because it does brain damage, and you have no right. >> stephanie: yes, but i think there's somewhere between here and cuckoo's nest right? >> caller: absolutely. and absolutely i agree, something has to be done, but addressing the larger concern -- >> stephanie: it wasn't helpful when reagan basically let everybody out of mental institutions. now we're using the prison system as a mental health system, i guess. >> caller: i would agree with that as well, but i don't think someone who has never committed a crime in their entire life should be locked away. i do think the assault weapons ban, and limiting magazines and taking guns out of the hands of people who pose a serious risk
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are steps we need to take but it needs to be done judiciously and cautiously so we don't marginalize a section of our society. >> stephanie: yeah. i was listening to my friend tom hartman yesterday, and he was expressing the same concerns that you have, and yet he was talking about a good friend of his in high school that got very, very depressed and got a gun and killed himself, and he wished there had been something in place that might have -- but you are right. it is not an easy issue. twenty-nine minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ right have, about the "heavy hand of government" ...
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i want to have that conversation. let's talk about it. really? you're going to lay people off because now the government is going to help you fund your healthcare. really? i want to have those conversations, not to be confrontational, but to understand what the other side is saying, and i'd like to arm our viewers with the ability to argue with their conservative uncle joe over the dinner table.
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♪ >> one woman can make you fly like an eagle. another can give you the strength of a lyon but only -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. . >> -- can fill your heart with wisdom and know one singular joy. >> oh come on. >> stephanie: yes! >> stephanie miller make heart sore like an eagle. >> stephanie: jim is not feeling well. he is a little light-headed. >> awe. you need a hug? >> stephanie: it's travel day. we're all stressy.
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thirty-four minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. i already realize i packed a few things last night after too many cocktails. i'm like, yeah that doesn't go with that. i'm going to have to go home. >> at least you have packed some things. i haven't. >> stephanie: oh, well, good luck to you. we're off to d.c., and my dogs are very happy. you know why? >> why? >> stephanie: because they get a t-bone. >> and t-bone gets a mansion. >> i thought they were getting a t-bone steak. >> stephanie: no, the guy. >> it is supposed to be in the 80s this weekend. >> stephanie: i know. and there is a cold snap in dc. yay! let's go to rick in ohio. welcome. hello, rick? >> caller: yeah, hi. how are you doing? >> stephanie: good. how are you doing?
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>> caller: not too bad not too bad. you know what, i'm talking about the gun issue. >> stephanie: yes. >> caller: and you know wayne lapierre, who i'd like to basically -- just basically say it -- pep la pew -- >> stephanie: okay. >> caller: he sits there and harps on these issues about the second amendment and all of this, but, you know, they use john wayne as an icon, and he only used an automatic weapon when he was either a cop or a soldier. >> stephanie: that's right. >> caller: and -- >> stephanie: somebody has said that before rick. but if you really want an assault weapon join the military. >> caller: i did back in 1970. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i'm a vietnam era veteran and former policeman and former bomb disposal technician.
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>> stephanie: wow. rick i'm not a gun person and somebody else made a good point about home protection. i get it. but they were saying that that -- if you live in a normal-sized place an assault weapon is a really inefficient way -- you could very well be hit by a ricochet from your own gun. a handgun is a better form of self protection isn't it? >> caller: you know what i would recommending is a black powder pistol. >> what is that >> caller: it's a revolver and you load it and push it down with a tamp. >> stephanie: wow. that sounds muskety. >> yeah. >> caller: yeah, it's a civil war pistol. >> stephanie: i have heard from gun people before that the scariest sound of anyone trying
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to break into your house is a rifle cocking -- and i'm thinking i have a sound effects box, all i need. why can't i just bring my box moment with me. [ gun cocks ] . >> i have a sound effect boxes and i'm not afraid to use it. >> but you know how often you misfire things on your box -- >> stephanie: yeah listen -- [ farting sounds ] >> stephanie: no, not gastrointestinal, i have a -- [♪ circus music ♪] >> stephanie: no. i have a tiny -- >> a violin! >> stephanie: no! >> i have a trombone and a violin -- honey get the -- [ gun cocks ] >> stephanie: we know you are a
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loser, you are not fooling anybody. damn i just gave away my home protection secret. >> oh, yeah those big dog sound effects. >> stephanie: i have a -- [♪ magic wand ♪] >> stephanie: no not a magic wand. >> stephanie: i have nunchucks! i just knocked myself out. that is the problem. they would be like she just knocked herself out, time to go in and get the stereo. [ cartoon springing sound ] >> stephanie: i have a -- listen -- don't make me -- >> doink! you scared now. >> stephanie: to what degree are these people just paranoid? they make it sound like it is the "zero dark thirty" raid ever night at their house. >> yeah. >> stephanie: there could be
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snipers and drones -- >> it's the right-wing world and fox's job to make people paranoid and crazy. >> stephanie: who are you calling paranoid crazy? you are talking about me again aren't you. brenda in missouri. >> caller: hi, stephanie. you need to sell your own stephanie miller box. >> stephanie: i'm smelling money here. >> caller: that's right. >> stephanie: i have bounce off and -- you up. [ bouncing ] >> caller: some scaring screams or something. >> stephanie: right. [ screaming ] >> caller: i love that cocking noise, though. >> stephanie: that's what they say that's all they need is to hear that. [ cocking gun ] >> caller: the dogs are pretty good too. >> stephanie: i have reince
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prebus in my basement! [ dog barking ] >> stop barking. >> caller: i just wanted to complain about stewart barney. he needs to go back to britain or something. stewart said in light of recent news on guns maybe gun appreciation day wasn't such a good idea, and the man that he was interviewing said there might be like a million people there. >> stephanie: oh, great. armed. terrific. >> caller: and liz cheney i haven't heard from her lately -- liz cheney is more of a danger to our country than anybody. she talks like a terrorist. >> stephanie: yes, the president is not interested in disarming al-qaeda. what? >> he killed number one. >> stephanie: and several number twos. >> who is number six.
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[♪ "jeopardy" theme music ♪] >> stephanie: i'm telling you, i smell a gold mine. it's true. why not just sell my boxes -- >> because out i have got -- [ applause ] >> a small studio audience. >> stephanie: that's the problem. not only am i too spazzy to fire a gun i'm like look out -- [ baby crying ] >> stephanie: you woke the baby. and now sam kenson is mad [ screaming ] >> stephanie: and now -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> stephanie: no! >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> stephanie: i have fox lasers. i'll send a fox graphic right through your -- okay. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: is it me am i just losing it or we all are? >> we are all. >> stephanie: i got the three stooges. i will poke you in both eyes.
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all right. let's go to eric in maryland. hi eric. >> caller: hi, steph. welcome to the d.c. area from the free state of maryland where we just got marriage equality. >> stephanie: thank you, but i'm not there yet. >> caller: we're excited to have you here, it is very cold and will be in the 40s tomorrow. >> stephanie: oh. >> caller: i wanted to make a comment about the far right-wing about the president using children. when they attacked the president's children for having security -- >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: it's the most absurd stupid thing i have heard in my life. >> stephanie: i know. absolutely. joe biden yesterday. >> how do we make our streets and schools safer? with regard to our streets, i believe and the president believes that cops make a difference. we're going to push again for another $4 billion in grants for the cops program. [ applause ]
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>> stephanie: the only sound effect i need. [♪ mysterious music ♪] >> stephanie: you are getting sleepier, sleepier. drop your weapons. you are leaving my house. don't you think that would work? >> sure. >> stephanie: let's go to monty in missouri. >> caller: hey. i want to talk on three subjects real quick on police military tactics that i had when i was in the police force as well as mental health i had in missouri because i used to be a patient advocate for mental health as well as immigration, and i would like to ask the right-wing world if they would go back and ask the native americans what they think about immigration. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: again, whoever wins the wars gets to write the history. >> stephanie: that's right. >> caller: same thing when i was in the '80s -- when i was in the army.
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i kept asking my superiors, and basically they told me to shut up, why are we teaching them military tactics. i now have the answer 30 years later. >> stephanie: why is that? >> caller: look at all of the assault weapons. why they have to carry ar-15s police do and use those tactics. >> stephanie: uh-huh. yeah, you are right. we have created our own escalation. that's what i was saying. we were talking to cop yesterday from philly. and we were talking about -- really -- it is really like we are sending them into afghanistan, they have to contend with people in body armor with ar-14s. it's ridiculous. forty-five minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: free speech? what a concept. it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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hey, i'm joey aragon. see that film? show, to be able to come away armed with the facts, and the arguments to feel confident in their positions. i want them to have the data and i want them to have the passion. but it's also about telling them, you're put on this planet for something more. i want this show to have an impact beyond just informing. an impact that gets people to take action themselves. as a human being, that's really important. this is not just a spectator sport. hey, i'm joey aragon. see that film? people call me about this every day. my dishwasher must be broken. you know, it's not always the machine. it may be the detergent. add finish power up to boost your detergent and you'll see a huge difference. watch what it can do. look at that sparkle! now that's clean! cloudiness! spots! tough stains! even dishwasher build-up! gone!
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♪ ♪ we got a message ♪ ♪ i heard of -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ -- there is dancing on the floor ♪ >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show." oh, yeah. inauguration weekend. happy inauguration weekend. we're all off to dc. and we'll be broadcasting live monday and tuesday. and then i have a date with my 90-year-old mom on tuesday. i rented a limo and everything. >> and you are taking her to eat
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some -- >> stephanie: [ censor bleep ] lobster. that's what she wants and that's what she gets. >> why doesn't she just say lobster >> stephanie: i don't know, it is a family joke. troy in miami is going to the big show. >> caller: hi, stephanie. it is my husband's birthday this weekend. and he said all i want to do is to watch the president be reinaugurated, but what he doesn't know is i have tickets to go see you tomorrow night. [ screaming ] >> stephanie: oh, my god! ermahgerd. nobody tell him! >> caller: he is asleep right now, so he won't hear this. >> caller: i have actually only told one other person. nobody else knows about it
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except you. >> stephanie: well, thank god you didn't say it on national television or radio. >> caller: well, it is tomorrow, so i think we can do it. >> stephanie: oh by the way, still time to buy your sexy liberal t-shirt, which i'm sporting today. >> are we selling merchandise in the lobby? >> stephanie: i don't know. i don't even understand airplane mode. i don't know what you can work on on your ipad -- what does airplane mode mean? >> oh. it turns off all of your wi-fi and stuff like that. >> stephanie: good to know. >> oh, god. >> stephanie: i don't leave my house. >> go to settings -- >> stephanie: this is my life, you two, spinning class, home max and fred.
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that's it. i'm like a little hamster. you know how they get confused when they get out of their little thing. that's me. >> i bet you the person next to you will know how to put it into airplane mode. >> stephanie: i'll be like excuse me. okay. vice president biden yesterday. >> i have been in this fight a long time. i have no illusions about the fight that is in front of us. i have no illusions about distortions that will come from all sides, but i know full well the obstacles that will be thrown up against us are not inpenetratable. >> stephanie: speaking of people that might throw up obstacles. the nra warns that confiscation could be next. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> but that's not true. that's a lie. >> also being invaded by martians could happen. >> stephanie: could be.
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it could happen! >> could happen. >> stephanie: in an email -- oh ironically it was also a fund-raising pitch. >> oh, well. >> stephanie: in an email sent to nra members on thursday they warn that politicians in d.c. are closing in fast on your right to keep and bare arms. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] [♪ mysterious music ♪] >> stephanie: president obama and anti-gun legislationors are on a march to ban handguns and firearms. making difficult and even illegal to purchase ammunition. and this is in all caps, and force you to register your guns with the federal government! [ screaming ] >> stephanie: some are even talking about a forced buyback
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program! [ screaming ] >> stephanie: okay. first of all -- ♪ you are a lying sack of crap ♪ >> stephanie: yeah, there is nothing anywhere about confiscating guns and buyback programs as we all know are volunteer. >> right. >> stephanie: they would force you to hundred dollar over your guns in exchange for government cheese. [♪ mysterious music ♪] [ laughter ] >> stephanie: the fact is despite their statements the main goal is not to make schools safer, but to ban your guns until they reduce your freedom to ashes! >> mellow dramatic much? >> stephanie: i know drama queen much? wayne lapierre? twenty three executive actions none involve confiscation and
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buybacks. >> which is proof that it confiscation and buybacks! >> stephanie: the president has plenty of rich gun-hating friends in hollywood, along with billionaire michael bloomberg who will shower him with the money he needs to strip you of your gun rights, so please give now -- [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: all right. >> buy my book. >> stephanie: he does have a book and it is garbage. all right. karen in new york city. hello, karen. >> caller: ho karen in new york? >> stephanie: yes. >> caller: that's me then. good morning. >> stephanie: good morning. >> caller: seems to me that the talk about weapons is a little limited. the nra a couple of weeks ago said that they really really resisted the idea of there being a national, sort of count of how many gun deaths there are. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: i think that that's
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the one thing when they started counting car deaths, the regulations on the roads became and safety measures became much more stringent. >> stephanie: karen i have to tell you i'm of an age where i hated to wear a seat belt, and who are they? they are not the boss of me. >> you were a young republican back then too? >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: right. >> stephanie: now we look at it like it's just common sense. don't be a dope. look at cell phone laws -- i remember i got a cell phone ticket once -- i'm like what there are all kinds of crime, why don't you do some police work. >> caller: right. breaks and all of the things that are built into car of old. i'm old enough to know before those things were required when they started giving the
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statistics of how many car deaths there were, the car industry was opposed. >> stephanie: that's right. you should just stop be your feet like a flint stone. >> caller: that's right. and once you have the statistics -- once the numbers are plain out there, they speak for themselves. >> stephanie: yeah, it doesn't take a genius to go the reason they don't want us to count is this because they know -- >> caller: exactly. if the number of deaths like there is on the unemployment numbers, and how the stock market is doing, if every week we had the number of deaths from guns, accidental on purpose, crazy people -- >> stephanie: right. yeah. exactly. senator jeff merkley coming up to talk about the filibuster. >> yeah. >> stephanie: as we continue on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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[♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: oh hello, current tv land. here we are hour number 3. jacki as you as discombobulated as we are. >> are we a man down? >> stephanie: jim is -- i'm not sure. what is it jim? >> it's -- >> it's stuff -- >> it's . . . yeah. >> oh. >> stephanie: an ectopic pregnancy we think again. but he is going to take a little nappy before we fly today. >> all right. we'll have to carry him on and
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off the plane -- >> stephanie: listen, he always cheers up the minute he sees you. just wear something tight. >> yeah, that will be something for the plane. high, high heel, and a tight bandaged -- >> stephanie: just dress like a hooker for jim. >> as if flying wasn't unpleasant enough for me. >> stephanie: here she is jacki schechner in the current news center. >> good morning, as of this weekend you can say hello to organizing for action. the president's campaign is going to relaunch as a non-profit and former campaign manager jim messina will be the head of the campaign. the organization will be separate from the democratic national committee and separate from priorities usa, which is the pro obama super pac.
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as a 501 c4 they are allowed to accept donations and does not have to disclose where the sources are coming from but it will it says. vice president biden and his wife are going to be traveling to europe early next month. the vice president will meet with the german chancer will and british prime minister so discuss a full range of issues. a new gallup poll show that three-quarters of americans support term limits. jim demint who just retired after 13 years, proposed a constitutional amendment that would have limited senate
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service to 12 years. but it didn't get the support to move forward in both chambers. we're back after the break. stay with us. ♪ honest. they know that i'm not bs'ing them with some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us.
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[♪ theme music ♪] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ hey all right now ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ >> stephanie: aha. it is the "stephanie miller show." man down. jim ward is going to take a nappy before the flight to d.c. he is feeling, i don't know a little rumbly in his tummy,
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something. stephaniemiller.com, you can email us all there. sexyliberal.com. dana in maryland love letter see you saturday. hey, momma and the mook trying to round up all of the d.c. sss for preshow flirtinis. >> four years ago we witnessed the first inauguration of president obama. in november america decided one term just wasn't enough. ♪ do that to me one more time ♪ >> this time around stephanie miller are coming to make this a party d.c. will never forget. the sexy liberal comedy tour starring hal sparks, john fugelsang, aisha tyler, and the goddess of liberals stephanie miller will perform live at the warner theater in washington, d.c.
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tickets are available at ticketmaster.com. if you want to skip the fees stop by the warner theater box office. the tea baggers lost in november, so stephanie is going to do her thing before the inaugural ball. that's the stephanie miller sexy liberal comedy tour live in d.c. on inauguration weekend. for more information go to sexyliberal.com. >> stephanie: wa hoo! ♪ it's schechner again ♪ >> good morning. >> stephanie: good morning. i said you are a helper, if you would dress like a hooker, jim will perk right off. >> i know i'm such a bad packer. >> i have nothing in my suit yet. >> you are pushing it.
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>> i'm a dude. that's what dudes do. >> stephanie: guys are like that's not that dirty -- >> i did all of my laundries yesterday. >> stephanie: i called jacki in a panic yesterday. i'm like help me! i'm not a real girl. >> yeah, if you have packing this earring and the flipper. i have the other earring and water wings. somehow i have it in my head that it will be 80. >> stephanie: yeah. we would probably do a service to man kind if we would publish our texts between you me and melissa fitzgerald. because it tells you everything about female insecurity. and i'm like i don't have a long
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gown and you offered one, and i'm like no i'm too fat. >> if anybody has ever seen stephanie miller's full body she is like a toothpick split in half. >> stephanie: yeah and melissa was like hush two tiny girls. >> that's right. it will be a blast. i'll try to take lots of pictures and tweet out funny stuff. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: despite my body image here is another story this is why we're fat. >> that website is defunct so stop sending people there. >> stephanie: why is subway's foot long is an inch shorter than advertised. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: really, people 11
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inches of sandwich is not enough. some guy took a picture and it was only 11 inches. it's still a big frikin' sandwich, right. >> they also give you like a slice of meat. >> stephanie: and here is another story -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: florida signs teacher offers to [ censor bleep ] cop in exchange for letting her drunk hit and run slide. >> oh, my goodness. well, hello, florida. >> stephanie: yeah first of all. you are from florida. >> born and raised. >> stephanie: a middle school teacher's poorly thought out plan offering sex and a breast
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grope if he would drop the dui charges. >> i like the added grope. >> stephanie: yes, an empty jug of wine appeared near the driver's seat. and she made random statements and at one point asked the cop do you understand i'm a school teacher? >> maybe she just wanted to teach him something? because she has watched too many adult films, and that's what teachers do. >> stephanie: i have a good letter from a psychologist a mental health professional well with just some fun facts -- [♪ fun-facts music ♪] >> okay. >> stephanie: steph as a mental health professional i think there's something missing in the gun debate -- blah blah blah bla -- background checks are
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certainly needed. the problem is it likely would not have stopped some of the recent shootings. these people were too young. one was a med student, one was a mental health professional in the military. that's why it is so important to ban assault rifles. these mentally ill people who are dangerous, by have not been charged could get these guns legally. but obviously limits the damage at least -- probably less because they would have to aim at people to kill them. most people with these types of illnesses are very limited as to tasks they can complete. if we make getting a gun easy, they are much more likely to complete their task. if we add steps, they are much more likely to not be capable of completing the task.
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some good thoughts right? >> absolutely. i mentioned this earlier in my newscast, when we were talking about the nra sending out his scare mongering, it has a very death panel feel it to. a very lie of the year healthcare reform death panel it to. >> stephanie: right. they are hoping it plays into the existing narrative that they think exists about the president. here we go again, it's government overreach. >> yeah, and it's total fab ration. vice president biden sent out an email saying here are the facts. so they are trying to pre-emptively fight against this sort of thing, and i think that is really important. but i do think you have to focus in on the access to firearms. we can do all of these other things, but as much as the nra wants to face everything but guns, it is everything including
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guns. >> stephanie: yeah. >> and you can't say it is not. >> stephanie: that's right. here is senator rand paul. >> okay. >> stephanie: okay here it is. in this bill we'll nullify anything the president that smacks of legislation. and there are several executive orders that appear as though he is writing new law. that cannot happen. >> stephanie: every single response of his is he is not the boss of me. >> asking the cdc to do some research is not writing a new law. >> stephanie: right. >> and all he is doing is fear mongering. >> yeah, the public -- you can read them, and there is nothing hidden there. it is just recommendations of actions that we can take. >> but people don't have time to read all of the executive actions so they depend on people like rand paul to tell them what is in it and that's where we
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get into trouble. >> stephanie: it's like the health care bill, right? how many times have you had to answer a question in health care corner, like no, no that is not in there. >> i read it. no you didn't. >> stephanie: senator marco rubio. >> i think the president is not a believer in the second amendment. if he doesn't want the second amendment to be in the constitution, or wants to reform it, then have guts to admit that. >> stephanie: how many times can the president say he believes in the second amendment. the fact that he did nothing but expand the second amendment in his first term -- >> because they live in an alternate universe who say everything he does is the opposite of what he is going to
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do. >> stephanie: yep. and david king nra president yesterday. >> we're powerful to the extent that we are, use there are millions and millions of americans who truly care about second amendment issues. >> but nobody is threatening to take away your gun. >> stephanie: i know. >> unless you are a crazy person, then, yes. but those are the people we are targeting, and it's with evidence. >> stephanie: who watched lance and oprah last night. >> i watched the first 20 minutes of it. >> stephanie: all right. we have crunchy audio goodness and we'll get jacki's take as we continue -- >> we're keeping her? >> that's fine. i have nothing better to do. >> stephanie: and then we'll
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have representative merckly as we continue on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ the natural energy of peanuts and delicious, soft caramel. to fill you up and keep you moving, whatever your moves. payday. fill up and go!
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♪ ♪ come to my window ♪ ♪ crawl inside wait by -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ come to my window i'll be home soon ♪ [ laughter ] >> stephanie: damn this tv show. >> i know. >> stephanie: i was having a secret conversation with someone. hi jacki schechner. >> hello.
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i have just unpacked and repacked again in my head during commercial break. >> stephanie: right? i know it. i know it. the later the evening got in box wine time, i was like that won't work. >> i'm thinking fewer skirts more warm pants option. >> stephanie: right. >> highs in the 40s, lows in the 30s until tuesday and that's when the cold weather comes in. >> ands the when we live. i lived in d.c. for six years and new york for six. >> stephanie: right. i grew up in buffalo for god's sake. >> d.c. doesn't have buffalo's snow at all. >> stephanie: you would think i would be excited about getting invited to more things, but i'm just -- >> you panic. >> stephanie: yeah jeff thinks he can get me into the inaugural ball, and i'm like oh no!
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[♪ dramatic music ♪] >> stephanie: another black tie outfit. >> i said to stephanie what would you wear to a black tie wedding? >> stephanie: and she -- >> and she said i'm not. >> stephanie: i know. the big interview last night lance armstrong and oprah. and you ruined it for me. he was doping? oh, chris. [ buzzer ] >> sorry. >> you really don't get out of the house, do you? >> stephanie: here he is. >> did you ever take banned substances to enhance your cycling performance? >> yes. >> did you ever blood dope or use blood transfusions to enhance your cycling performance? >> yes. >> in all seven of your tour de france victories did you ever
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take banned substances or blood dope? >> yes. >> that was in the first three minutes, and it's like okay. why do i need to watch the next three hours. >> stephanie: jacki what did you think? everybody already knows. do you think he accomplished anything? >> no, i don't underwhy now. and it is totally sociopathic. he is totally disconnected and the stories you are hearing about how he went out of his way to ruin the people who called him out on what he did -- >> yeah, he called them liars and tried to go after them. >> stephanie: yeah, all of this place out the same way, you are like how long to the tearful marianne jones type interview, but i think you are right. this was different. >> it would be nice to get to a place where doing these sorts of
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awful things and saying i'm sorry, and hoping it will just go away isn't good enough. we'll see what happens. there is clearly a pr spin machine at work here. >> stephanie: right. >> they are clearly spinning his reputation. >> stephanie: he sorted of acknowledged that. here he is again last night. here he is again last night. >> this is too late. it's too late for -- um -- probably most people, and that's my fault. you know, i view this situation as one big lie that i repeated a lot of times. >> stephanie: that's it. it's the length of time right? and the number of times he repeated it, and the whole rest of it. >> it's astonishing how he got away with it.
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because there were so many people who said he is not telling the truth. >> and so many people doing it with him. >> that's too. >> how they kept their mouth shut is beyond me? >> they didn't in the end. and i think he set an example. if you try to tell the truth, here is what is going to happen to you. and at some point it became what is the cost benefit here? >> stephanie: right. the largest, most sophisticated doping ring ever. you are right -- >> last night he said it wasn't the most sophisticated ever. he said it was pretty basic what he was doing. i don't know whether to believe him or not. >> stephanie: and this one interesting point he made. >> this story was so perfect for so long -- >> uh-huh. >> and i mean that as i try to take myself out of this situation and look at it. you overcome the disease.
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you win the tour de france seven times, you have a happy marriage and perfect children. it's a mystic story. >> stephanie: we did sexy liberal, jacki, and there is a guy pushing a baby carriage in front of me, and i'm looking at his calfs going wow that guy is really fit, and it was him. >> really? >> stephanie: yeah. >> i wonder if he and cheryl broke up because he found out that he was a liar. >> somebody put up on twitter what did cheryl know and when did she know it? but i do wonder if there wasn't some component to that -- >> yeah, if he was lying about doping, was he lying about their relationship, or in their relationship or whatever -- >> stephanie: yeah, and all she wanted to do is have some fun.
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>> until the sun comes up over santa monica boulevard. >> stephanie: exactly. it's fascinating stuff. and a lot of people even criticized him for going to oprah. >> yeah, i mean i don't know where he is supposed to go. i guess he assumed she would be gentle and sympathetic. not in terms of not asking the hard questions, but not nasty, because she is able to handle those sorts of things but it is an interesting choice. >> stephanie: my guess is it wasn't one of oprahs favorite things. >> and you get a steroid! >> stephanie: love you jacki schechner. >> see you later! >> stephanie: representative merkley up next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ right have, about the "heavy hand of government" ...
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i want to have that conversation. let's talk about it. really? you're going to lay people off because now the government is going to help you fund your healthcare. really? i want to have those conversations, not to be confrontational, but to understand what the other side is saying, and i'd like to arm our viewers with the ability to argue with their conservative uncle joe over the dinner table.
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♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> get real kids you write skits mocking our president to fill time in between car commercials. >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome to it. we can't do a show on travel day, we are so d discombobulated. all right. off to d.c. today with the big show. tickets almost gone for sexy liberal tomorrow night. a caller called by the filibuster, and our good friend senator jeff merkley is here to
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talk to us now. good morning, senator. >> good morning. it's good to be with you. >> stephanie: good to be with you too. i think i'll see you in dc. >> i'm looking forwarded it to. >> stephanie: we talked about there are two competing filibuster proposals yours and then mccain levin one, right? >> yes. >> stephanie: and obviously i think your's is vastly preferable. yours mean you have to actually stand there and talk, right? >> it's a proposal that says yes, we should get rid of the filibuster, why you should filibuster over getting to a bill. vote up or down let's get to the vote. but very importantly when you do have a filibuster on a motion to proceed -- on a bill itself
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then people should have to stand -- they should have to stand and debate. one it takes time and energy so it's not a freebee the way it is now to interrupt the function of the senate and second you are before the american people your colleagues and you have to make your case, and the public can weigh in on whether you are a hero or a bum. >> stephanie: there you go. you have seen the latest polls that congress is a little more popular that chlamydia, and a little less popular that ebole la. >> yeah. it is a situation that has been with us for six years, and lyndon b. johnson in six years
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as majority leader faced one, and harry reid has faced 361 in the same six-year period. and even if you have the 60 votes to end one, they take up the power of the senate. >> stephanie: you know what is interesting. they just did this study -- this is no surprise to you, but the 112th congress was the most polarized ever. the distance between the two due to record levels between the 111th and 112th even different than the before when they used to take out pistols and shoot each over. >> yes. >> stephanie: i look at poll after poll -- i mean 90% of the american people want background checks for gun -- and you think -- and yet you hear over
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and over we're probably not going to be able to get any of this gun stuff done. but this is part of the reason right? >> it is part of the reason. why are we talking about reducing food stamps and hunger programs at a time when we can't even close a loophole for a oil company. well, it's a filibuster. dream act, why couldn't we do it? filibuster. and we had 59 votes to close debate, and we needed 6 0. and when we had that group that said we want more debate no one would go to the floor and defend secrecy. if they had to defend their position, we would have gotten the 60th vote. >> stephanie: senator merkley, that's exactly right.
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force them to defend their wildly unpopular ideas. if you poll half of the things they talk about -- i don't know if you saw this today, republican group brags we stole the house from democrats. they are basically bragging about gerrymandering. >> yeah. >> stephanie: it credits the strategy with overcoming the 1.1 million votes that went for democrats in the last election, and obviously the republican house is going to be a big problem, right? >> yes and if you think about providing an opportunity for americans to see which direction they want to go, if a senate can pass legislation even if it dies in the republican house, then americans can say my goodness let's get the democrats back in control of the house, but if both houses are paralyzed and the senate is paralyzed and the
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house is doing nothing, then it is kind of like throw up your hands and do nothing. >> stephanie: yeah exactly. senator merkley for those just tuning in and don't quite understand even what filibuster means. i know a lot of progressive groups came out against the mccain levin version. what is the difference between theirs and yours. >> mccain levin doesn't get rid of the filibuster unless you trade it off with amendments. it does not provide any form of talking filibuster. it does not say -- they actually have to stand and make their case, so it leaves the key tool utilized by the minority and utilized by the democrats before the republicans, this key tool of killing things without taking any responsibility for it, saving any energy for it giving any opportunity for the american people to see who is actually opposing it and paralyzing it,
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so that's the key problem. and the reason they didn't include it is mitch mcconnell will never agree to get rid of his main tool for paralyzing the senate. so they basically punted on the heart of this and that's why that package is -- is very disappointing, that -- that the -- that has been in conversation between those groups. >> stephanie: senator so when -- is there a time frame. is yours coming up for a vote? or how does this progress? >> the way it will mark is majority leader reid will convene a caucus and present his vision of what he wants to see happen, and we'll debate it and argue over it and maybe he'll modify his package, maybe we won't. and then we'll go forward. he'll have to have 51 votes for his package, i'm sure he will have those voteds, and we'll have them for a robust package
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as long as he says this is what we need to do and that's my hope on how this will unfold. >> stephanie: we're all rooting for you. and i'm told i will see you at some fancy ball in d.c. so we'll continue talking about this but in better clothes. >> okay. >> stephanie: thank you, senator. >> thank you stephanie. >> i love him. [ applause ] >> stephanie: okay. tara in california, you are on the "stephanie miller show." hey, tara. >> caller: hey, steph. i have a question about the nra. i'm curious to know what the perks are to be members because if all of the members are so disagreeing with the leadership why don't they just stage a massive un-membering? >> stephanie: i said that yesterday, i wish a lot of people would have torn up their
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cards after that ridiculous ad that criticized the president's children. and what about the video game they just came out with? they criticized violent video games, and then they just came out with one. >> caller: i know it's crazy. i don't understand how they have so much power. >> stephanie: i know. there is a new poll 90% of americans want background checks. so everybody is not the nra, by the way. >> when you said that i looked up the benefits to membership and all you get is some extra insurance coverage in case you shoot somebody and representation in congress. so it should be easy to tear up your nra card. you don't get 20% off at chile's or anything like that. >> stephanie: so what is the point? >> right. >> stephanie: all right.
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let's go to trent in minnesota. hi trent. hello, trent. >> caller: first time caller first time listener, and so far i'm not very impressed. >> stephanie: awesome. i grow on you trust me. >> caller: the first part of the show is nothing but bells and whistles, and talking about foot long subway, then you add -- then you add a statement on there from a professional that says you don't have to aim with an ar-15, and we have got to talk about the truth. >> stephanie: right. well the -- obviously they were developed -- as general mccrystal said as military weapons for the battlefield -- it is designed to do the most damage in the least amount of time right? >> caller: no, a shotgun makes more damage than an ar-15. it has a .223 shell. it makes a little bigger than a
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quarter inch hole in a piece of paper -- >> stephanie: right, but you can only use a shotgun once and then you have to reload correct? >> caller: no, you don't have to reload. >> stephanie: a shotgun is usually one bullet, right? >> caller: so is an ar-15. it has one bullet -- >> stephanie: but sir, they are having magazines with 30, 50 100 rounds in them. >> caller: it has one pull of the trigger, one shot -- you guys are trying to pass laws on opinions when you don't know the facts. >> stephanie: general mccrystal knows -- >> right. he is a military dude! >> stephanie: all right. you know what -- [ gun clocks ] >> stephanie: i'm just arming myself with the sound effect box at home. [ gun cocks ] >> stephanie: get out it's in my
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box -- no. >> i have a cuckoo clock and i'm not afraid to use it. [ cuckoo clock chimes ] . >> stephanie: all right. hang on i got to -- [ farting sounds ] >> stephanie: no, no no. >> i have a dull stick. [ cartoon springing sound ] >> stephanie: i have dangry dogs. [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] >> stephanie: oh, no not scooby doo. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: read white and steph. it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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this monday morning current tv presents special coverage of the presidential inauguration. the circumstance & the inside analysis. the presidential inauguration this monday morning at 10 eastern only on current tv. ♪ ♪ to the left to the left ♪
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♪ you must not know about -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ you must know about -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ to the left, to the left ♪ >> they are getting back together for the super bowl. >> stephanie: yes. >> beyonce and her assistant. >> stephanie: fivety-one minutes after the hour. >> you just slammed -- >> stephanie: i'm sick. i'm traveling. it's a whole thing. very few remaining tickets for sexy liberal. get them. rocky mountain mike will be there. >> four years ago -- >> stephanie: not that one. >> no. 18. there you go. >> when did you ask for that? >> stephanie: just a couple of minutes ago.
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okey-dokey. ♪ i want to meet a liberal chick, i have been apining for a fart joke show ♪ ♪ she has been drinking boxed wine for such a long time, and she has been working on a fart-joke show and she is not that old ♪ >> stephanie: oh thank you. good save. ♪ steph's been working on a fart-joke show ♪ ♪ and she's not that old ♪ >> stephanie: no. woo-hoo! rocky mountain mike will be there tomorrow night. >> he will. [ applause ] >> stephanie: wow -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: this is perfect. barney the dinosaur's son arrested for attempted murder for allegedly shooting a man in the chest. ♪ i love you, you kill me ♪ [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: no.
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[ laughter ] >> that's not -- >> stephanie: no. >> that's not funny. >> stephanie: no. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. jeff in d.c. is an nra member. hey, jeff. hello, jeff. >> caller: hey, how are you doing >> stephanie: good go ahead. >> caller: general mccrystal says m4 and m16 that he carries, and he says they don't belong on the street. and they don't belong on the streets. nor does an ar-15 belong on the streets, but it does belong in the hands of a law-abiding citizen like myself. i have an ffl -- >> stephanie: what is that? >> caller: a federal firearms licensee. a shotgun -- you can have a 15-round shotgun with oobucks
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and it would do much more damage. you have to ban psycho paths, not the tool they use -- >> stephanie: how are you going to ban human beings? >> caller: how are you going to stop -- you know, just by banning guns how are you going to stop them from killing someone? psycho paths are psycho paths. >> stephanie: but you said ban them. what does that mean? >> caller: one guy used fertilizer to kill people. there was a guy down in jonestown who killed people with two words. >> stephanie: but you said ban people. >> caller: jim jones said drink this, and he didn't use any weapons whatsoever -- >> stephanie: okay. i can't have a debate -- >> we put limits on cyanide and fertilizer. >> stephanie: i would like to
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have a debate, but he won't answer the question. >> no. >> stephanie: how is that a reasonable point, ban psycho psychopaths? what? >> yes. >> stephanie: john in washington, hi john. >> caller: hey, stephanie. i have been an nra member and i heard a report by daniel bashell on russian television and what he found out was thing that connects all of these recent killings is they were all taking these antidepressants. and the ones you know. even chantex, and he seems to have pointed out some problems
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these particular problems are much more frequent than the pharmaceutical company are willing to admit. >> stephanie: yes. i know they have helped some people, but i don't trust them. i know a friend that went off of them and killed herself many, many years ago. >> caller: and he was pointing out that when they went before the fda to get these things basically approved, it was big pharma doctored anything to basically minimize these side effects, and i think they are ending up killing a lot of people. you have other cases out here soldiers coming back who have been shooting people up, it has just gotten awful. >> stephanie: yeah. hey, looky here -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: karl rove has resigned with fox news. >> but he was spectacularly bad
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at punditry. >> stephanie: yeah. >> it seems they don't spending their money wisely there. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: speaking of 2016 rick sanatorium indicated he is still willing to run. >> oh. >> stephanie: he says that colleges are indoctrinenating students. frosty the sanatorium will be missed in 2016. >> stephanie: senator al franken has made it clear in a statement he does support the principal we should reinstate a ban on assault weapons. >> i guess a press person of his said something that was a little
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ambiguous. >> stephanie: he was in a meeting, so he wasn't sure what the president's proposals were. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: lady gaga is teaching her pet dog how to draw. she at patches pens to their legs and puts them on paper. max and fred they are big. they can do a sistine chapel. >> they don't have opposable thumbs. >> stephanie: she just attaches the pens to their legs. >> and they just scoot across the carpet? >> stephanie: i'm that exsent rick. >> you are already that excentric. >> stephanie: all right. we'll see you monday on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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